Three Men in a Boat

Three Men in a Boat

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A classic masterpiece of British humor since its first publication in 1889. The funny boating trip of three men - Jerome and his two friends Harris and George and their dog Montmorency - along the River Thames in Oxford, crossing the absurdities and traditions of late XIX century England. One hot June day, three friends decide there is nothing they would like to do more than to get away from London. A boating holiday with lots of fresh air and exercise would be just the very thing, or so their doctors tell them. So, after debating the merits of hotel or camp beds and what to pack, they set off on their voyage - a trip up the Thames from Henley to Oxford - but very quickly find themselves ill-equipped for the trials of riverbank more

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  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 6mm | 172g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1514306700
  • 9781514306703

About Jerome K Jerome

Jerome K. Jerome was a famed 19th and 20th century English author known for novels like Three Men in a Boat and Paul Kelver. Jerome K. Jerome, born on May 2, 1859, in Staffordshire, England, was an actor and teacher before becoming a popular novelist with The Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow. Three Men in a Boat followed, which recounted an expedition on the Thames. Known for his humor and spirituality, Jerome also served as editor of the publication The Idler and wrote more books and plays. He died on June 14, more

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